Magic Line Mallorca

Magic March

Magic Line Mallorca presentation. Credit: palma.es

Magic Line Mallorca is a remarkable event organised by the Hospital Sant Joan de Deu that showcases the power of community and solidarity.

The city of Palma is set to host the eighth edition of the Magic Line Mallorca on March 17. The plenary hall of the Palma City Council was greeted with both enthusiasm and commitment as local dignitaries, including Mayor Jaime Martinez Llabres and Hospital Managing Director Joan Carulla, unveiled the details of the upcoming solidarity walk.

Expressing his pride, Mayor Llabres highlighted the event’s capacity to unite a diverse group of participants for a common cause. ‘It is a real pride to welcome another year to a solidarity initiative that unites thousands of people on the same day in different cities in Spain,’ he said.

This sentiment was echoed by Carulla, who stressed the importance of community involvement in addressing social challenges. ‘We are at a time when solidarity is essential to help the weakest and those who suffer,’ Carulla noted.

The Magic Line Mallorca isn’t just a walk, it’s an invitation to the residents of Palma and beyond to engage in a movement of compassion and support.

With routes designed to accommodate everyone, including a 10 km stretch, a shorter 3 km course, and a unique water route, the event ensures inclusivity so that children and adults can participate, as well as people with reduced mobility

This year’s edition aims to transcend the physical boundaries of Palma, encouraging people from across the island to join in and contribute to a wave of solidarity that reaches far and wide.

The initiative also challenges participants to form teams and set personal goals, fostering a sense of collective effort and achievement.

As the city prepares for this significant event, the call to action is clear: join hands, set foot on the streets of Palma, and be part of a larger narrative of empathy, support, and transformation.

The Magic Line Mallorca offers a chance to make a difference, proving once again that people can achieve great things.

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John Ensor

Originally from Doncaster, Yorkshire, John now lives in Galicia, Northern Spain with his wife Nina. He is passionate about news, music, cycling and animals.

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